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    This is an untutored group specifically for individual artists to work from the model. We wish to encourage artists to pursue their own vision.

    The session typically starts with a series of short poses, followed by an extended pose after the coffee break.

    Artist tables, drawing boards and stools are available in the studio. Artists bring their own materials. (Most materials can be bought from the Centre’s art shop).

    We welcome artists working at all stages. The environment has developed into a quiet, productive and friendly one.

    Telephone 01296 589 806 for avalibility and more information


    There will be no Sat workshops on: 16 Dec or 17 Feb

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    There will be no Sat workshops on: 31 Mar, 7 Apr, 14 Apr, 2 Jun & 30 Jun

    For ages 7-11*

    Two Sessions:
    Session 1: 10:00am - 11:15am
    Session 2: 11:30am - 12:45pm


    Our Saturday Makers' Club offers young artists a variety of great workshops, exploring a wide range of artistic disciplines.

    We offer Pottery and Art & Craft every week, plus a third class which varies from week to week.


    Upcoming classes:

    16 June
    Pottery (MAKING ONLY) with Elizabeth Browning
    Creative Art & Craft with Pippa North

    23 June
    Creative Art & Craft with Pippa North
    Woodcarving with Jeremy Turner
    There will be no Pottery session on this date

    30 June
    WhizzFizzFest in Kingsbury Square
    Pottery (GLAZING ONLY) with Patrick Hayward

    7 July
    Pottery with Elizabeth Browning & Patrick Hayward
    Creative Art & Craft with Pippa North
    Woodcarving with Jeremy Turner

    14 July
    Pottery with Elizabeth Browning & Patrick Hayward
    Creative Art & Craft with Pippa North


    Fun, hands-on workshops with experienced tutors.

    Explore a range of materials and techniques and develop your own ideas with help from our fantastic tutors.

    * Ages 5+ may attend the 10:00am Art & Craft session

    PLEASE NOTE: This is a popular workshop and places are limited. We operate the class on a first-come, first serve basis

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    PLEASE NOTE: There will be no Untutored Pottery sessions on 28 April, 5 May or 12 May. The Glaze Studio is available on the afternoons of 28 Apr and 5 May, but the Pottery Studio will be unavailable.

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    An open pottery class for experienced potters only.

    Fantastic facilities available, including six wheels. Students should pay at reception on arrival.

    This is a drop-in workshop, no advanced booking is necessary.

    This is a drop-in, pay-as-you-go class - no need to sign up or pay in advance, just come along on the day and join in!


    There will be no Sat workshops on: 9 Dec, 16 Dec or 17 Feb

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    Three-week course: 15 Sep, 22 Sep, 29 Sep, 1:30pm - 3:30pm
    with Leila Ward

    This course will introduce you to beginner drawing techniques- looking at equipment, how to show depth through shading and perspective, and how to draw through identifying shape, form and texture.

    This workshop is aimed at beginners to drawing, and art in general, and those looking to improve their drawing skill. Adults (age 13 years +)

    Students should bring a selection of pencils (H, HB, 2B, 4B, 6B), an A4 sketch pad, a rubber, a pencil charpener and a ruler.

    About the Tutor

    Leila Ward is a Tring-based artist who studied Art and Design at Loughborough University School of Art and Design. She has experimented with different mediums over the years, and particularly likes drawing/ painting animals, and using watercolour, acrylic, and printing techniques. Leila runs the Tring Art Society, and enjoys making art more accessible to others, showing people that anyone can create art.

    Places must be booked in advance for this course

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    Three-week course: 6 Oct, 13 Oct, 20 Oct, 1:30pm - 3:30pm
    with Leila Ward

    This course builds on the beginner's drawing class, advancing the key techniques of shading and perspective, and how to draw through identifying shape, form and texture.

    This workshop is aimed at those who have attended Leila's beginner's drawing class, as well as those looking to improve their drawing skill. Adults (age 13 years +)

    Students should bring a selection of pencils (H, HB, 2B, 4B, 6B), an A4 sketch pad, a rubber, a pencil charpener and a ruler.

    About the Tutor

    Leila Ward is a Tring-based artist who studied Art and Design at Loughborough University School of Art and Design. She has experimented with different mediums over the years, and particularly likes drawing/ painting animals, and using watercolour, acrylic, and printing techniques. Leila runs the Tring Art Society, and enjoys making art more accessible to others, showing people that anyone can create art.

    Places must be booked in advance for this course

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    Five-week course: 3 Nov, 17 Nov, 24 Nov, 1 Dec, 8 Nov, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    with Josephine Whitfield

    Explore different materials and techniques to start a sketch book based on the theme of ‘Nature’. Try out simple book binding, drawing from life, photography and different printing methods.

    Have fun sharing ideas and being creative. You will be introduced to different artists and have a chance to select different styles and processes.

    A sketch book will be available to purchase at the price of £3.00 or bring your own.

    About the Tutor

    Jsephine studied at Camberwell School of Arts and was awarded a 1st Class Honours in Fine Art. In London she worked in galleries and did step by step arts and crafts publications. When she completed my PGCE at Goldsmiths, she returned to Aylesbury and have been teaching art at secondary level for 18 years. She have always been an advocate of the arts and come from a family of artists. She is returning to Queens Park Centre to continue to inspire and share her knowledge.

    Places must be booked in advance for this course

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    Three-week course: 2 Feb, 9 Feb, 16 Feb, 1:30pm - 3:30pm
    with Leila Ward

    This course will introduce you to beginner drawing techniques- looking at equipment, how to show depth through shading and perspective, and how to draw through identifying shape, form and texture.

    This workshop is aimed at beginners to drawing, and art in general, and those looking to improve their drawing skill. Adults (age 13 years +)

    Students should bring a selection of pencils (H, HB, 2B, 4B, 6B), an A4 sketch pad, a rubber, a pencil charpener and a ruler.

    About the Tutor

    Leila Ward is a Tring-based artist who studied Art and Design at Loughborough University School of Art and Design. She has experimented with different mediums over the years, and particularly likes drawing/ painting animals, and using watercolour, acrylic, and printing techniques. Leila runs the Tring Art Society, and enjoys making art more accessible to others, showing people that anyone can create art.

    Places must be booked in advance for this course

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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    Three-week course: 2 Mar, 9 Mar, 16 Mar, 1:30pm - 3:30pm
    with Leila Ward

    This course builds on the beginner's drawing class, advancing the key techniques of shading and perspective, and how to draw through identifying shape, form and texture.

    This workshop is aimed at those who have attended Leila's beginner's drawing class, as well as those looking to improve their drawing skill. Adults (age 13 years +)

    Students should bring a selection of pencils (H, HB, 2B, 4B, 6B), an A4 sketch pad, a rubber, a pencil charpener and a ruler.

    About the Tutor

    Leila Ward is a Tring-based artist who studied Art and Design at Loughborough University School of Art and Design. She has experimented with different mediums over the years, and particularly likes drawing/ painting animals, and using watercolour, acrylic, and printing techniques. Leila runs the Tring Art Society, and enjoys making art more accessible to others, showing people that anyone can create art.

    Places must be booked in advance for this course

    Click here for Terms & Conditions